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Kentucky to receive $576K to identify lead sources in schools’ drinking water

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency says it is giving the state $576K to identify lead sources in schools' drinking water

New study says Kentucky’s drinking water is safe

The Kentucky Department for Environmental Protection released the results of a new study that found the state’s drinking water is safe.

EPA: Kentucky’s drinking water is safe

Federal data shows that Kentucky is maintaining safe levels of lead in drinking water as the crisis in Flint, Michigan, spotlights concerns with public water systems around the country.

Chlorine leak at Cynthiana water plant

People who live along the river bank in Cynthiana, from Ladish Road to AKellar Dam, were asked Thursday night to remain indoors and take shelter in the highest point of their homes, due to a chlorine leak at the Water Plant, according to emergency dispatchers.

Boil Water Advisory issued in Clark County

A boil water advisory was issued at 9:38 p.m. on Wednesday, June 17, 2015, for Kentucky American Water customers in Clark County due to a water main break.

Boil Water Advisory Issued For Parts Of Lincoln County

The McKinney Water District issued a boil water advisory at 10:13 p.m. on Friday, September 5, 2014, for customers who live on Ephesus School Road and all roads connected to it, due to a water main break.

Boil Water Advisory For Parts Of Estill County

The Estill County Water District No. 1 issued a boil water advisory on Wednesday, July 2, 2014 at 5:00 p.m., for customers in the Knob Lick area.

Boil Water Advisory For Parts Of Estill County

The Estill County Water District No. 1 issued a boil water advisory on Wednesday, July 2, 2014 at 5:00 p.m., for customers in the Knob Lick area.

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Growing speculation college football season could be canceled

Commissioners of the Power Five conferences held an emergency meeting Sunday to discuss whether fall sports should be played, according to ESPN.

Danville man arrested after reportedly pointing taser at officers during chase

A Danville man faces a long list of charges after reportedly leading police on a chase and pointing a taser at officers.
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Morehead State students begin moving in…with masks and distance

Morehead State University students started moving into dorms Saturday, but it looked different than the average college move in because of coronavirus.